Loaded chilaquiles make a delicious and easy breakfast with tons of flavor. Made with homemade tortilla chips, salsa verde, eggs, refried beans and your choice of fresh toppings such as avocado, jalapenos, green onions and tomatoes!
Troy's family is Mexican and we always have some kind of Mexican food for Christmas. It is a big family tradition to spend a whole day making tamales. They are amazing and a once a year treat to look forward to. I helped make them for the first time last year and let's just say, I will leave it up to the experts from now on.
We usually have fresh, homemade salsa, beans, rice, barbacoa and more. It is so delicious. I can't wait for Christmas this year for all of the delicious food. Adalyn is an excellent eater and I know that she will enjoy all of the delicious food.
I am fairly new to making chilaquiles. A few months ago, Troy ordered these in a restaurant for breakfast and they were so good! We went home and looked up a recipe and made them the very next morning. They are so good and easy. I rarely feel this inspired to make a recipe right away but when you love something, you need to have it again.
These chilaquiles would be great eaten anytime, especially as part of a holiday morning breakfast. My mom usually makes a different casserole each year with fruit and maybe cinnamon rolls. This would be a fun addition that I know that my family would love!
Loaded chilaquiles are hearty, delicious and customizable. You can feel free to add your favorite toppings: avocado, cherry tomatoes, green onion, cilantro, beans, jalapenos, etc.
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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 12 minutes
- 8 corn tortillas, cut into triangles
- 1 tablespoon olive oil
- 1 1/2 cups salsa verde
- 4 eggs
- 1 cup La Morena® Refried Beans
- Cherry tomatoes, halved,
- Green onion, diced
- Avocado, diced
- Fresh or pickled jalapenos, sliced
1. Toss corn tortilla pieces in olive oil and cook in a fry pan until tortillas are crispy- about 5 minutes.
2. Toss tortillas in 1/2 of salsa verde and let cook for a couple minutes.
3. Cook the eggs sunny side up or however you like your eggs. Heat refried beans
4. On separate plates or bowls, place tortillas, refried beans, salsa verde, eggs and additional toppings.
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I am a big fan of the La Morena® jalapenos as well but my store didn't have them this time.